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League tables 2013: Primary schools missing targets

Official figures show hundreds of primary schools are failing to give their pupils a decent education in reading, writing and arithmetic. Across England, 767 schools have fallen below the Government's new tougher standards for primaries.

Today's figures have been released by education watchdog, Ofsted Credit: Press Association

Schools that fail to meet the target are considered under-performing and face being taken over and turned into academies.

The new rankings show how primary schools performed in national curriculum tests - known as Sats - which are taken by 11-year-olds.

This is the average percentage of pupils achieving a 'good' Level 4 in reading, writing and maths. The national average for England is 63%.

  • Barking and Dagenham: 61%
  • Barnet: 69%
  • Bexley: 68%
  • Brent: 66%
  • Bromley: 70%
  • Camden: 71%
  • Croydon: 63%
  • Ealing: 64%
  • Enfield: 62%
  • Greenwich: 69%
  • Hackney: 66%
  • Hammersmith and Fulham: 68%
  • Haringey: 63%
  • Hillingdon: 65%
  • Hounslow: 63%
  • Islington: 63%
  • Kensington and Chelsea: 73%
  • Kingston-upon-Thames: 73%
  • Lambeth: 70%
  • Lewisham: 71%
  • Merton: 68%
  • Newham: 66%
  • Redbridge: 67%
  • Richmond-upon-Thames: 77%
  • Southwark: 65%
  • Sutton: 72%
  • Tower Hamlets: 65%
  • Waltham Forest: 61%
  • Wandsworth: 70%
  • Westminster: 66%

Source: Ofsted